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Oxford Shirts

 
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Oxford Shirting Fabrics
 
Oxford Shirting Fabrics
Oxford – these fabrics are created using rougher, more substantial yarns, and hence are inherently more casual.  Oxford fabrics are created using a basket weave, where multiple yarns pass over one and other in vertical / horizontal directions.  As a more casual fabric, its most natural form is the button down collar.  In colored and patterned Oxford shirts, only the threads running in one direction are dyed, while the others are left white.  This gives the fabric its characterized textured appearance.  As a result of these coarser yarns, Oxford fabrics are generally more affordable.  An Oxford shirt is probably not the right choice for evening wear or a more formal office, but it can make for a great casual / weekend shirt.
  • Plain oxford
  • Pinpoint oxford
  • Imperial oxford with 

    panama

     weave
  • Royal oxford  with panama weave

What is a royal oxford shirt?
Royal Oxford is a beautiful, flashy dress shirt fabric. It has an elaborate weave that gives it a distinctive, significant texture. It's usually very shiny. Royal Oxford fabric is well known for its softness. Something about the weave makes the yarns puff out a bit and it just feels cushy and nice.

What is an Oxford shirt?

Oxford is a type of woven dress shirt fabric, employed to make a particular casual-to-formal cloth in dress shirts that may be called Oxford shirts.
How do you wear an oxford shirt?
Roll up the sleeves and leave it untucked over a pair of dark wash jeans and you've got a casual outfit. Button the cuffs, throw on a tie (or not) and wear under a suit or blazer and you've got a dress shirt. It's one of the most versatile shirts in a man's closet.
What is an Oxford collar shirt?
Shirts are made of woven cloth. ...
Plain Oxford or pinpoint Oxford weaves
are popular as casual fabrics, so are generally used in combination with a button-down collar, while royal Oxford is versatile enough to be used on both sporty and formal shirts.
Oxford is a basket weave where multiple weft threads are crossed over an equal number of warp threads. The threads are usually of a single color crossed with a white to give oxford its 
unique, checkerboard appearance
. It has a slightly rougher texture but is more durable than most fabrics.
Originally developed for sportswear, so it’s the least dressy, and (in some circles) not considered appropriate for office or formal wear. Overall, a tailored oxford cloth shirt is a wardrobe essential for its durability and versatility.
That’s the right fabric if you’re looking for an oxford shirt:
  • For free time 
  • For everyday business looks 
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